Jane Harrison Bradley
Jane Harrison Bradley, brings many years of experience in business, healthcare and educational settings as an organizational development consultant, business leader, learning facilitator, performance management coach and human resource director. Jane has worked in a variety of healthcare settings including private practice, hospital and home health. She also brings over 15 years of experience as director of organizational development and training at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont. She is a creative learning facilitator who believes in engaging and supporting the learner. She is a skilled practitioner in the field of adult learning, earning her undergraduate degree as an adult student at Johnson State College.
Annmarie Curley BSc, PMP
Annmarie Curley is a senior project management consultant with over 20 years Information Technology experience. She has extensive experience managing global teams and complex projects across financial, healthcare, Higher Education, and IT consulting services sectors. With hands-on experience of the full software development lifecycle, Annmarie promotes smart and effective use of process improvement, project management and software lifecycle methodologies and tools to ensure continuous improvement and best practices. She has a track record of focusing on high risk areas of a project or program, realigning projects that need rescuing, and delivering improved processes and technical solutions that result in tangible business value.
Annmarie founded Newgrange IT Consulting LLC in 2010 to help organizations succeed through effective strategy, planning, and project execution services. She has demonstrated experience assisting clients with strategic IT planning, project management, project risk analysis, business process improvement, business analysis, team leadership, organizational change management, project management best practices, and software development process improvement.
Originally from Ireland, Annmarie moved to Vermont in 2006 after spending 10 years in New York City. She enjoys all the outdoors activities that Vermont has to offer and can be found on the ski slopes with her family in the winter, and hiking or spending time on the lake in the warmer weather!
Annmarie has a BSc in Applied Computing from University of Ulster, Ireland.
Catherine Hamilton Ph.D.
Lecturer, UVM College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Health Care Management Certificate program
Director, Heath Care Management Certificate Program
Education: B.A. Bowdoin College, 1988; Ph.D. Robert Wagner School of Public Service, New York University, 2001.
Dr. Hamilton has worked in health care policy, management, finance and administration for 25 years in a variety of public, private and not-for-profit organizations. Her areas of expertise are in strategic planning, health care finance, health care reform policy and programs to expand health insurance coverage. Dr. Hamilton oversees strategic planning, health care reform, Medicare and individual markets and customer service for Vermont’s largest health insurance plan, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont. Prior to her position at BCBSVT, she worked as a regulator of health plans at the Mayor’s Office of Medicaid Managed Care in New York City. She is a part-time lecturer at UVM of Health Care Management and Strategic Planning in Health Care and serves as the Director of the Health Care Management Program.
Kathy Letendre is the President of Letendre & Associates where she advises organizations and leaders to create their excellence advantage. As an experienced healthcare executive and champion of transformational improvement, Kathy shares her expertise with leaders, helping them achieve unprecedented levels of excellence for themselves and their organization.
Prior to her consulting role, Kathy worked as Vice President of Planning and Organizational Excellence for Rutland Regional Medical Center. She led the organization’s transformative “journey to excellence,” which resulted in the Governor’s Award for Performance Excellence and Magnet designation for excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Earlier in her career, Kathy was a consultant in Ernst & Young’s Healthcare Performance Improvement Group.
Kathy has a master’s degree in health services administration from the University of Michigan School of Public Health and a B.S. in engineering from Duke University. She completed a Management Fellowship at Mercy Health Services.
In addition, she is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and served on the Board of Directors of the Vermont Council for Quality. She presents at professional conferences on topics including organizational transformation, integrated management systems for performance excellence, strategic planning and customer relationship management. She has been recognized with an Award in Excellence from Rutland Regional Medical Center and as Ambassador of the Year from the Vermont Council for Quality.
Merryn Rutledge, Ed. D
Merryn Rutledge, Ed. D., GPCC, PCC, BCC, is Principal of ReVisions LLC & Coach Plus, a national executive coaching and change management firm. In addition to her individual and group coaching clients, Merryn coaches for the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland coach certification program and for the Snelling Center for Government. Merryn is certified as a Gestalt Practitioner Certified Coach (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland), Professional Certified Coach (International Coaching Federation), Board Certified Coach (Center for Credentialing and Education), and she has advanced somatic coaching training from the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.
Merryn’s consulting focuses on leadership development and guiding change. In addition to serving corporate clients and teaching here at the Center for Leadership and Innovation, Merryn teaches in the Sustainable Enterprise MBA at the University of Vermont, in the nationally certified Vermont Public Manager (VCPM), and in the Snelling Center’s Leadership Institute.
Merryn’s research has been widely published. Most recently, Merryn co-created, with Kay Peterson, the ©Learning Compass, which builds on the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory 4.0 for transformative personal, team, and organizational learning. Merryn holds a doctorate in Leadership and Policy from the University of Vermont. Before coming to Vermont in 1995, Merryn led professional development for educators in the US and Canada and taught in the US and abroad.